This month, College Archivist Sarah Naughton talks about a few women authors who have influenced her.
In the early 1990’s, as I pursued my studies for my Doctorate in Educational Leadership at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, I learned how significant it was to balance my education and research by finding and reading works written by women as well as men. Here are three women who continue to influence me as I strive to be a thoughtful, contributing member of our Edgewood College and Sinsinawa Dominican Communities. Enjoy one of these when you are looking for some inspiring and challenging spiritual nourishment!
She Who Is, The Mystery of God in Feminist Theological Discourse
by Elizabeth A. Johnson, CSJ
Elizabeth give readers an understandable description of the source of our being, that calls each and all of us to be loving generators of life.
A Woman Reads the Gospel of Luke
by Loretta Dornisch, OP
Loretta offers very practical ways to read, hear, and study one book of Scripture that Christians frequently hear or read.
Dakota, a Spiritual Geography
by Kathleen Norris
Kathleen encourages each of us to discover and strengthen the differing geographic roots in our life journeys.
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